10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As with all their records, the ninth album of supernatural stoner rock from English road warriors Orange Goblin starts with a bang: “Sons of Salem” is a raucous tale of witchcraft and revenge. Led by the stentorian sci-fi proclamations of vocalist Ben Ward, the band carves off Motörheaded hardcore blasts (“Suicide Division”), wicked honky-tonk swing (“Ghosts of the Primitives”), and a swampy, time-traveling murder ballad (“The Stranger”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

As with all their records, the ninth album of supernatural stoner rock from English road warriors Orange Goblin starts with a bang: “Sons of Salem” is a raucous tale of witchcraft and revenge. Led by the stentorian sci-fi proclamations of vocalist Ben Ward, the band carves off Motörheaded hardcore blasts (“Suicide Division”), wicked honky-tonk swing (“Ghosts of the Primitives”), and a swampy, time-traveling murder ballad (“The Stranger”).

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